Androgyny and female impersonation in India: nari bhav,

₹ 795.00

The volume discusses concepts of androgyny that permeate Indian cultural ethos and as expressed through female impersonators not only in religion, theatre and dance but also in contemporary performative mediums like films, television, and the internet. The volume also presents interactions with performers of the dying art form of female impersonation.

ISBN 13: 9789385285462

ISBN 10: 9385285467

Year: 2016

Language: ENGLISH

Pages etc.: 356p., (3)b&w illus., (23)col. illus., bib., ind., 23cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): Music, Drama and Cinema, Literature ENGLISH

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